Zuni Icosahedron, founded in 1982, is a Hong Kong based international experimental theatre company and a non-profit charitable cultural organization. Zuni is one of the nine major professional arts companies in Hong Kong, and has made venue partner with the Hong Kong Cultural Centre since 2009.
As a premier experimental theatre, Zuni has produced more than 200 original productions of alternative theatre and multimedia performances, and been invited to more than 60 cities around the globe for cultural exchange and performances.
With the support of our members, and under the leadership Co-Artistic Directors, Danny Yung and Mathias Woo, Zuni has been active in video, sound experimentation and installation arts, as well as in the area of arts education, arts criticism, cultural policy research and international cultural exchange. Recently, Zuni has also been undertaking the mission of preserving and developing Intangible Cultural Heritage (Performing Arts).
With "Reinterpret Classics", "Reinvent Tradition", "Recreate Theatre and Media Technology" and "Reconnect Theatre with Social Movement" as our major artistic directions, Zuni has been most inspiring in developing the aesthetics of theatre in Chinese society, with its experimental and subversive nature.
|Plan HK Better!|
|First Lessons in Heart Sutra|
|One Belt One Road Experimental Theatre • The Interrupted Dream|
|One Belt One Road Experimental Theatre • Monkey Business|
|Experiment Naamyam Hong Kong • Blind Musician Dou Wun|
|The Pork Chops Inferno|
|The Self and The Other Series#1 • B.O.B * The Final Cut|
|The Self and The Other Series#2 • 1+1|
|The Self and The Other Series#3 • The Rite of Spring|
|The Self and The Other Series#4 • The Rite of Spring (Solo)|
|The Architecture of the City|
Programme Enquiries: (852) 2566 9696
For more details, please refer to the individual programme leaflet or visit the website of of Zuni Icosahedron at www.zuni.org.hk
The presenter reserves the right to substitute artist and change the programme should unavoidable circumstances make it necessary.
The contents of the programmes do not represent the views of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.